Environmental and Health Risks

        Toxicosis in Sheep Following Ingestion of Natural Gas Condensate
          Thirty sheep died or were put down “following a 1-day accidental exposure to natural gas condensate. Despite access to potable well water, the poisoned ewes willingly consumed toxic doses of condensate that contaminated surface water.” By R. ADLER, H. J. BOERMANS, J. E. MOULTON, AND D. A. MOORE, Departments of Veterinary Pathology (RA, JEM), Pharmacology & Toxicology (HJB), and Medicine (DAM), School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA

Environmental and Health Risks
        Powerpoints and Videos
        Health Impacts
        Health Impacts – New York State
        Health Impacts – The Battlement Mesa Health Impact Assessment
        Health Impacts – Powerpoints & Videos
        Abandoned Wells
        Air Contamination
        Animal Health
        Brine Spreading
        Compressor Station Accidents
        Consumptive Water Use
        Cumulative Impact
        Drilling in Our Forests
        Farming & Food
        Frac Sand
        Fracking Fluid
        Human Rights
        Hunting and Fishing
        Infrastructure: Compressor Stations, Pipelines etc.
        Injection Wells
        Methan Emissions & Climate Change
        Methane Migration
        Pipeline Safety
        Public Lands and National Parks
        Produced Water
        Rail Transport
        Regulatory Issues
        Scientists Weigh In
        Social Impacts
        Soil Contamination
        Surface Effects
        Trucking and Road & Infrastructure Damage
        Violations and Enforcement
        Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s)
        Water Contamination
        Water Contamination Incidents
        Water Stress
        Well Integrity
        Dimock, Pennsylvania
        Brookfield, NY
        DISH, Texas
        Eagle Ford, Texas
        Franklin Forks, PA
        Le Roy, NY
        Parker County, TX
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